Hey, thanks for the uplifting questions, you two! This is precisely what we had...– Katie Baker Okay, I love her. Okay? Also: “With apologies to Jack Donaghy: In college, you should ALWAYS go with the hippie to a second location. It’s where they keep the six-foot bong”
Staff Recommendations - Grantland →
This is like McSweeney’s Recommends, but 100% more relevant to my interests. Since The Noodle and I are already way on board the Chopped train, that mostly means drinking. And pickles. But mostly the drinking.
Can we talk about Gilbert Arenas' twitter profile...
It’s kind of sad that the one woman he respects isn’t the best at fellatio :’( Really want to add this to the ‘Best Things I’ve Read Online’ piece I do for work, but I don’t think it is an appropriate choice. Talk about :’( joemande: This is Gilbert Arenas. Gilbert Arenas is a professional basketball player. A professional basketball player who sometimes isn’t...
drink your juice.: In which the artist is... →
drinkyourjuice: In an email, 2:51 AM: …probably creepin’. Don’t panic. I’m a nice girl who lives in California. I have recognized many faces of people I didn’t know, but I have never been so fulfilled by seeing a stranger as I was by looking out the bar window and seeing you walk down Ave A—okay, maybe when… This is so weird because I know a nice girl from California named Kendall...
The level of insight and weirdness C.K. is jamming into these shows is flat-out...– Louie’s Brilliant Second Season - Chuck Klosterman
50 Vegetarian (Or Vegan) Things to Eat Before You... →
webuiltthiscity: Awesome! I’m using this as my new dining to-do list. I did note a couple of errors, though: #6 the thin-crust vegan pizza at Patxi’s is much better than the deep dish #9 there are much better veg sandwiches at Ike’s #14 the Plant Burger is not that great and is definitely not the best veg burger of its type in the city #45 should read “anything at Millenium” The Beet Loaf...
A Stolen Life, Jaycee Dugard →
lazybookreviews: Generally, ‘I read the excerpt in People Magazine and cried a lot’ is not a great reason to buy a book, but I feel like it would be a nice gesture for all of us to buy the poor woman’s work, you know? It is…very sad. And I could get into a lot of platitudes about AH THE RESILIENCE OF THE HUMAN… Really going to have to fight the urge to buy this at the airport tomorrow...
Okay Monday, Fine
Was super stoked to get to work this morning and discover that my boss is out for the day. No offense to him, but I’m sure we can all agree that it’s nice to start off the week without direct supervision. Anyways, it’s all fun and games until the internet gets super fucking depressing! Thanks, sad world. Got anything else you’d like to throw my way?
Parks and Recreation Has Its Tammy 1 →
I just feel like we should all be able to take Patricia Clarkson home with us for one night. It would be the best thing for America.
Women complain. They learn this from their mothers.– A real thing that an author said totally seriously during a professional presentation at my office today. Almost walked out. Cool Sexism, dude! Totally makes me want to buy your stupid fucking books.
4 and counting...
# of times so far today that I’ve had to seriously fight the urge to say “Blow Me”